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Sorry phone went off so never finished what I was going to say. 

Make sure sting is not still in dog. If it is scrape it out using edge of something like a knive. Don’t grab it with tweezers or anything and squeeze it. 

If it was definitely a bee bicarbonate of soda mixed with water and dabbed on sting helps. Weak mix though. If a wasp then vinegar. Keep an eye on dog incase he has a reaction. Same if you give piriton. What type size of dog? 

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1 x 4mg tablet is what I give my Lab. he has had a few stings as well including a couple of hornets  

like I say they normally are fine if it’s just 1 sting and labs are pretty strong dogs, but keep a check and if any probs vets is always way to go. 

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